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For some people, finding “the one” is not as easy as it appears in the movies. Some people seek help from a friend to act as a matchmaker or use online dating apps.
The Jakarta Post recently spoke with Zola Yoana, a certified matchmaker. She claims to be the only person in the country who can match couples based on science. (Instagram/@zolathematchmaker)
(JP/Ramadani Saputra and Vela Andapita)